He’s opened for Orelsan, Columbine and Georgio, Zed Yun Pavarotti has put Saint-Etienne back on the map of French rap
A melancholy flow and words of bitter realism float through his songs, but on stage he exteriorizes (or maybe exorcises) everything that haunts him. After 2018’s Ground Zero, this year he’s released French Cash and is gaining further success while preserving his enigmatic, secretive side. His interest in the visual side of his art makes his videos highly original, take a look at Le matin, L’huissier, Ulysse, Septembre, or his most recent offering released in February, Papillon. As time passes, Zed Yun Pavarotti’s face gains yet another tattoo, the word “maison” (“house” or “home”) is his latest, just under his right eye.